The fussy readers out there who lose their minds over a missing deelteken here and there will be very pleased that this post has minimal writing, and is all about one picture. A 2oceansviber sent in this pic – taken at OR Tambo airport. It’s so good.
We all know the internet can be a harsh place. Trolls everywhere, angry people venting from their bad days at work, people who just like to stir things up and say controversial things… it’s magical really. Well, it was. It is no longer for this woman…
We are all familiar with the allures of France, no? The wine, the cheese, the culture, the romance… and most famously: the FOOD! Many tourists visit France for the cullinary experience more than anything else. BUT… do you know who made your food?
We all know Kim Kardashian has perfected the life of becoming famous – simply for the sake of being famous. She is widely considered among the A-listers of Hollywood and she is raking in the cash as a result. Now you can learn how to be just like her…
A website has been set up to list items Google has removed after the European Court of Justice ruled people could have articles about them deleted from Google.
We all assume flying is as safe as anything and with low cost airlines making air travel all the more accessible and affordable, we are all becoming somewhat seasoned travellers. Bet you wouldn’t have expected THIS though…
If you’re looking for something to spend that odd couple million dollars on, then the Henry Graves ‘Supercomplication’ timepiece is not a bad choice.
After Paltrow debuted a new Max Factor campaign that shows her paying tribute to Audrey Hepburn, fans of the late star are not so pleased.
A Singapore ad agency targets the football hype to highlight the negatives of sports betting and gambling.
At just shy of a year old, Prince George has already gotten his very own Vanity Fair cover, alongside his mom and dad, but who are they really?
As usual, we as human beings need to wait for a bunch of researchers to confirm things we actually already knew. But now that it has the official stamp of scientific research and evidence, we can say with greater authority and certainty, Fracking is very, very bad!
If you are planning an international trip you need to take note of this! Due to the impending risk of a terrorist attack, the U.S. have issued a new rule to specific airports worldwide that electronic devices must comply with new procedures.
New laptops have all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a snazzy new computer, however, there’s one thing that always seems to be missing with the latest devices.
Joan Rivers gets a bit sick and tired on a CNN anchor’s “negative” line of questioning, and storms out of the live TV interview.
Robin Thicke’s #AskThicke social media campaign backfired, leaving him open the some ridiculing from the Twitterverse.
Prepare to cringe at the ridiculous level of materialism flaunted by a teen who has launched a new SnapChat account to show off his wealth.
Good advice is everywhere, but great business advice is hard to come by, and there’s an opportunity to get a wealth of important information for you and your business team.
The Associated Press has just added itself to the list of news organizations that will begin using robots to write stories.
Even with the revival stories on the show, Kitchen Nightmares wasn’t able to save many of its featured restaurants.
The president of Uruguay, José Mujica, has chimed in on the whole Suarez-biting incident and sent out a few words on what he thinks of FIFA.
South African brewer Garagista Beer Co. takes the fight against hipsters to the next level in its new set of hilarious advertisements.